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    July 11, 2013
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effect this morning 24 hours after a toddler was reportedly taken from as you be in oakland. >> we just got in a plane crash and there are a bunch of people that still need help. >> we played through the 911 calls from passengers sitting on the car mattarmac afr the plane crash. >> this is the nimitz freeway on 880 southbound headed into hayward and coming out of san leandro into san lorenzo. we have all lanes at shut down temporarily while chp and other emergency responders deal with a motorcycle accident on the southbound side. it has not yet started to back out. northbound to
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38 coming out of castro valley leading onto southbound 880. we're still looking at slow traffic and the wake of earlier occuring problems on 580 westbound. the ride from livermore to dublin looks better, the right coming into dublin any of my pass from tracy and a 2 05 interchange backed up to nearly a one hour drive time. >> taking a look at temperatures right now, we're in the low 50s right now in vallejo. mid fifties and adults up and the east bay shoreline. we're waking up to some pretty chilly temperatures. from this point on, temperatures will start to rise. for that to happen will often also have to see the sun shine.look from . the sun is up we're just not seeing it quite yet. we have cloud cover but expected to burn off in the afternoon with temperatures just a little bit cooler than yesterday. changes to talk
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about an afternoon's high and your seven day coming up at 715. >> fbi agents and oakland police officers search dogs continue to look for a 21 month old girl. daphne viola webb was kidnapped reportedly late yesterday morning near the gazzali's super market at 79th and international. this triggered the amber alert. the girl's father, john weber says he left her in the car with an adult family member who is mentally disabled. wet when inside the store and when he came back daphne was gone. >> there was mom and the front seat and she appeared to be a little stunned. i said what's wrong with the mom and and he said she has
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dementia. he appeared to be a little scared. >> a woman was seen carrying daphne away from the supermarket. see is described as black or hispanic between 30 and 40 years old with long black hair, wearing a light- colored top and blue jeans. daphne was last seen wearing orange to these pajamas with pink hearts and pink stalks. the search is focused on the area around the little park where the family would sometimes visit. >> we are continuing to file the latest on the deadly asiana flight 214. cleanup crews at stafford's as the international airport and began cleaning debris from the runway. federal safety officials say the pilot initially told a flight attendant not to evacuate passengers. people did not be any backed mainly aircraft until 90 seconds later when a fire broke out on the right side of the aircraft. officials say the
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delay occurred as the pilot made connection with the caught control tower at the airport. >> for the first time we are hearing some of the many 911 calls made in the moments after the asiana flight crash, not only from people who saw the crash but also from people would just gotten off the plane. >> we just got off a plane crash and there are all bunch of people that need help and there are not enough metics out here for the people that need help. there is a woman on the runway laying on the runway in who is burned pretty badly pretty much on the head and we don't know what to do. she will probably die soon if we don't get help. >> to 16 year-old chinese
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girls died in that crash and 182 other people were injured. the national transportation safety board is investigating the cause of the crash and does not expect to issue a report for months. >> the ntsb continues the investigation into the crash, survivors were able to return to the scene just four days after the terrifying accident. this is video with our helicopter partnership with abc seven news. and you can see charter buses arriving at the scene and the survivors out on the tarmac observing the wreckage. it is unclear what they were doing although they were accompanied by ntsb agents. >> will tran is live in berlin game right now with a direct view of the activity there of the runway. >> they have big cranes out there, they are still picking up the debris. it could be some time before the runway as open and even though the ntsb has turned
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control of the runway back over to ask of all. they're not giving a timetable on when it may not reopen for the flying public. we got a chance to talk to the ntsb chairman deborah hersmann. she thinks there was enough time for him to get his vision back and correct whatever he needed to do inland the airport safely and a perfect world. once the airplane slams it to the ground there was a 96 at the lei to the lo seconds delay befy evacuated the passengers. >> after the crash, there were different perspectives and people had different information. the pilot did
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not issue any immediate evacuation order but instead told the cabinet last passenger to stay in their seats. other passengers on the aircraft recognize there is a fire and immediately got word to the front and the evacuation began. >> the 92nd delay of the passengers being evacuated, did that contribute to any of the injuries? >> at this point we have many many passengers that did get off the plane. we had a injuries but we believe those injuries were the result of the initial crash. >> you can see activity going on right now, investigators are still out there. at 730, we will tell you why >> we will continue to
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update you throughout the day as our coverage rose along here on that plane crash. you can get the latest on kron4 .com as well as our 247 news channel comcast 193. >> 7 08 a.m. at a live look outside at the san mateo bridge. league comeback a outside at the san mateo tststacked with a savory sausag. ststacackeked with freshly cr, ststacackeked with ham, stacke, ststacackeked with bacon, and . itit's's c called the big waffl. hohow'w'd d i come up with a sa? i i dudunnnno, it just came t.
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>> the just now allowing manslaughter as a possible outcome for the trial of the george zimmerman who is charged with these shooting dead a 17 year-old trayvon martin. let's listen in. >> i believe that felony murder third degree they have three elements. when the victim in this case is dead to it occurred as a consequence as the what is
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called a non enumerated felony and three that the defendant was actually the person that killed the victim. the nine enumerated felony and is best child abuse. >> we would keep listening and talk about a possible bid should convicticonviction. t was a second degree murder or an acquittal and now manslaughter is a possible conviction for george zimmerman. we will follow latest and update you. >> boston marathon bombing suspect dzhokhar tsarnaev pleaded not guilty to the 30 charges against him. the teenager was in court yesterday for an arraignment. his mother my chair the situation from her home in southern russia.
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zubeidat tsarnaev calls her son an angel as he was speaking the truth in he was entering his not guilty plea. >> i knew from the first moment, this first segment that he was not guilty. he said mama, be patient my love. there are many people, very good people sending me good books. i read and i think my family reads and i am absolutely fine. do not worry my dear. >> dzhokhar tsarnaev is charged with killing three spectators and the bombings and also an mit police officer. his brother, tamerlan tsarnaev, died following a gunbattle with police. the upcoming trial could last three months and he could face the death penalty.
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blamed for rock and mud slides in the area. this is the same area that was recently devastated by widespread wildfires. >> 880 in the southbound direction and a trip leading out of san leandro and heading through san lorenzo down toward hayward. a motorcycle accident blocked all lanes other freeways for a while while crews at worked to clear it. an early morning accident at the dublin after change has really jammed the ride on 580 westbound. and nearly one hour and route down from to the dublin after change. the drive times are running
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14 to 18 minutes. the ride to the san mateo bridge highway 92 is problem free. there is an accident reported in the vicinity of the toll plaza, perhaps just a bit before. once past the toll plaza, you could see it as a light and easy ride across the deck to foster city. >> great skies and all of your camera shots, the same goes for san francisco. cathedral hill waking up to overcast conditions. severance as coastal chemicals side was 54 degrees and upper 50s out the door and livermore. satellite and radar show we still have a lot of cloud cover to contend with over the bay area but it will burn off in the afternoon. by 12:00 we should see the sun shine. future cast four
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predicts 60s inside the bay and '70s for castro valley and walnut creek. he's the interior valleys and the south they could already be in the '80s. the 90 degree mark, the red is far out of the bay area. we will not see too many nineties today. it will be cooler than yesterday. by 8:00 p.m. tonight, expect '50s, '60s and a few lingering '70s for communities along the delta up. afternoon highs, plenty of eighties in the south bay. upper seventies expected in mountain view. that's part 89, 84 danville, the downtown san francisco 64, upper 60s/07 these on the east bay shoreline. less fog and more sunshine on the way into the weekend.
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>> 7:19 a.m. and house republicans are embracing a step-by-step approach to immigration in contrast to the senate's sweeping plan. after meeting privately on the issue, they offered me the specifics nor a timetable nor any mention of plausible citizenship for an estimated 11 million immigrants living in the country unlawfully. president obama is meeting in the oval office today would to authors of the senate measure, arizona republican john mccain and you're democrat chuck schumer. >> egypt muslim the hud says it will continue protesting the ouster of islamist president mohammed morsi. the retina and says resistance will continue to be peaceful. the group is also announcing the assassination attempt on a senior army commander near the border with gaza. yesterday, arrest warrants were issued for the
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brotherhood spiritual leader and nine other leading alarmists for inciting violence monday in cairo that left dozens of protesters dead. >> in canada, the death toll continues to rise after a train full of crude oil the rail and crashed into account setting off a huge fireball. authorities in quebec now say 20 people have died and another 30 people are still missing. the head of the u.s. company which owns the drain is bleeding the engineer for failing to set the brakes properly. the ceo of the parent company that operates the train plans to meet with residents and the town's mayor. >> oakland police are investigating a shooting that left a man in critical condition. the shooting happened around 630 last night at a subway restaurant on macarthur boulevard near 108th ave. the male victim was rushed to hospital. right now, police have made no arrests. >> a judge will make a final ruling today on whether a charter school in oakland can remain open. the fbi and are arrest searcheirs served ses
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yesterday at the american indian a model school. this is video from a helicopter partnership with abc seven news. this action comes in the midst of a battle to keep the school from being shut down due to the accusations of mismanagement. the oakland unified school district which has authority to revoke the schools charter says there is a list of financial violations against the school. >> bowling a developing story out of oakland a fire and rescue crews are battling at what alarm fire at a warehouse. the warehouses located at chapman and years and an oakland. the fire started around for 15 this morning in crews expect to have a fire under control some. the cause of the fire remains under investigation.
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>> the dow jones industrial average surging at 150 points. rallying above the all-time closing high at 15,409. all three components of the dow trading positive. caterpillar and disney leading the charge. the s
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and p also higher for a sixth consecutive session at briefly crossing above their record closing for the s&p. the nasdaq also jumping, the russell 27 is a small cap stock is also getting eight all-time high for the firsfour times as in. >> good news on the housing market, fewer u.s. homes went into foreclosure or were repossessed by banks last month. foreclosure listing firm reality track's says banks started the foreclosure process on 57,000 homes in june. that is a less level for any month in more than seven years. foreclosures that went through also saw steep drops in june. forecloses remain a potential drag on housing in many states including florida, nevada,
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illinois, ohio and georgia. >> 3 has and former employees are suing target for discrimination and retaliation. the lawsuit was filed and yellow county. yolo county. it alleges that caucasian managers at a warehouse in woodland regularly used racial slurs when addressing hispanic workers. it cites a document featuring common stereotypes and tips on how to manage hispanic workers. a target spokeswoman could would not comment on the lawsuit itself this as the minneapolis-based company was sorry for the content of the document. she says it was not part of any formal or companywide training and was used only at one distribution center. look at 'em.
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>> the worst right now is on the nimitz freeway in san lorenzo southbound at the wailing boulevard. a motorcycle accident, the chp issued a traffic advisory
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basic alert. to live plans or block for about 20 minutes and they have been reopened but the backup is now reaching into oakland in the southbound direction. it is slowing and northbound right and backing up to 38 from castro valley. this is definitely an area to the board if you can. if you cannot, allow yourself extra time. 580 westbound still over 50 minute commute time from the all, passed to the dublin interchange at westbound very it very early morning accident long cleared from the roadway has things back up. >> we are starting off today with some clouds out there with temperatures currently on the rise. we're starting to see some breaks in sunshine and our inland spots. we'll reach the upper 80s inland and '70s along the coastline. similar
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conditions as we head into tomorrow. last fog on saturday in st. warmer conditions saturday afternoon. temperatures back in the '90s and the full details on what to expect and a closer look at your 7 day around the bay and my next report. >> we begin a half hour in the east bay were oakland police are continuing to investigate a reported child kidnapping. the victim is 21 year old daphne below web, she was reportedly kidnapped yesterday morning near the does dalis supermarket on 79th and international. the girl's father, john webb says he left her in the car with an adult family member who was mentally disabled. he was not on very long and a store and when he came back out, daphne was gone. one witness describes the father's reaction. >> he kept looking in the car and he kept looking in the car. he looked a little stunned. a is mama sitting
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in the front seat and she appeared to be a all little disturbed. i asked was something wrong with his mom and he answered she has dementia. >> a suspect was seen carrying daphne away from the supermarket who was described as a black or hispanic woman between 30 and 40 years old with long black hair all light colored top and blue jeans. daphne was last seen wearing orange pajamas with pink hearts and pink socks. the fbi is now involved in the search and they are focusing on around the area of the little park or the family would sometimes a visit. >> a 16 year-old is accused of killing his younger brother in southern california. terry smith, an 11 year-old autistic boy who was seen last saturday evening. police say his body was found in a shallow grave on the family property
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yesterday. they say the death of the result of a domestic issue. family members say terry was being babysat by his older brother when he disappeared. >> cleanup crews at san francisco international airport have begun clearing debris from the runway. the ntsb is now having been run way back to the airport so that they could do the work necessary to try to get beat runway we open. federal a safety officials say the pilot initially told a flight attendant not to evacuate the passengers. people cannot began evaluating the aircraft until 90 seconds later when a fire broke out on the right side of the aircraft. after the fire broke out is when the evacuation of occurred. moments after the crash, that is when the pilots were talking to the air-traffic controllers. they did not order the
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evacuation in immediately. authorities releasing b 911 calls from passengers were on the tarmac after the crash. here is a call from someone on the tarmac >> there are people injured on the tarmac, seriously injured. >> ma'am we have reports of it, we are aware of the situation. >> there are no ambulances here, we have been on the ground 20 minutes. critical injuries. we are on the ground. >> were you on the plane ma'am? >> yes. we have been on the ground for 20 to 30 minutes. there are people laying on the tarmac with critical injuries. i doubt this woman here is still alive. >> we have 11 and 1/2 minutes of that audio, we'll be playing clips for you throughout the day. >> the ntsb doing their part
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to try to clear the runway as soon as possible but not until they have done a thorough examination of all the debris includes out there. will tran has been following their progress. >> much of the debris is being removed right now. they remove this tail section and they are putting debris in there. they turn their runway over to s f o who will decide once they look at how much repairs need to be done. it will be up to s f o win this runway will be open. this is a very important operation at this airport. they need that runway to have full operations would planes coming and going. once the plane crashed mark talked about how it took 90 seconds for the evacuation's to take place. there're eight suits on board flight 214 and for
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what ever reason, two of those suits went inside the plane and not outside of the plane for the passengers to slide down and that injured one of flight attendant who suffered a broken leg. ntsb share of deborah hersman >> the issues are so close to the plight outward so that people can slide down, why did the shoot shoot and word inside the plane? >> we are taking a look at that, two of the eight slides deploy it inside of the aircraft and at 10 flight attendants were sitting near them. we are trying to understand why that happened. we are working with the manufacturer of the slides to understand that. >> what ever they learn after talking to the manufacturers can help the entire flying community. coming up, i will tell you what the pilot in charge of landing a plane told investigators about being
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temporarily blinded and whether or not those used against where he could not see were so crucial that it impacted how this plane landed at s f o. >> keep its sent here to kron4 as we continue to follow the latest with the crash of asiana flight 214. even get the latest on our web site @ kron4 .com as well as art 247 na channel comcast 193. >> bay bridge officials are now giving more details about why they decided to delay this opening of the span. at its current stake, the new bay bridge is safer than and the one that cars are driving on but because of the broken bolts the toll bridge oversight committees as they are not comfortable with opening it to the public until this year keys are retrofitted. the main challenge is manufacturing the broken bolts. this deal won't get here until late
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september to mid october. the committee wants to answer the job is done correctly. >> this is not only composed of sound engineering but it is one the public can have confiden >> it is a lot more complicated now that we are on the verge of building it. >> the oversight committees as the retrofitting will cost upwards of 15 to $20 million, plus additional costs for replacing or read mediating other bolts. they tell us is well within the budget. a quick break on the kron4 morning news of the time is now 7:38 a.m. we'll have an update on the wildfires in southern california.
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>> 741 a m and firefighters are starting to feel some relief after cooler weather has helped slow a wildfire in southern california. the
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11 square miles fire destroyed at least 100 buildings 60 mi. east of san diego. fire officials say they're hoping the thunderstorms in the forecast will help with the hot spots. in northern california, the fire and the eldorado national forest is now at 80 percent contained. that fire spread to almost a square mile. look at 'em.
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>> three lanes are shut down on 1 01 that resulted in an accident. the three right
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lanes threeon 1 01 southbound. the 121 commute is affecting traffic in both directions. it may be shutting down >> plenty of sunshine, we will see some fog at this morning, mostly sunny and temperatures will be not fluctuating a whole lot. enjoy built pleasant weather. coming up on the kron4 morning news an amber alert is still in effect this morning after a toddler was kidnapped outside convenience store yesterday. we will have the latest investigation details. travelers sfo are still facing delays of more than two hours at the asiana
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flight 214 crash. we'll hear from the ntsb spokeswoman and tell you when the red plane could be cleared. the jury in a murder trial of the george zimmerman could begin deliberating as closing arguments are heard today. we will have the latest from florida.
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(male announcer) live from the bay area here is your kron 4 news >> top stories we're following for you on this thursday july 11th, an amber alert remains in effect nearly 24 hours after a toddler was reportedly taken. kidnapped from st be in oakland. we will tell you how the fbi is joining in on this search. >> height by reporting an airplane crash at s f o. >> an airplane crash at as at all? >> yes. >> colors ranging from
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people whose off from a distance of two people were actually on the flight itself. we will have a full report coming up in just a minute. >> 1 01 southbound, three lanes of shutdown, traffic is already back that beyond mill valley closing in on the tip round turn off and the southbound direction. only the left-hand lane is open at the span start off ramp. a tree came down striking a vehicle. another collision ensued from that. crews are on the scene at with chainsaws trying to carve at this tree out. once again, who is doing the work? firefighters. those guys do everything. a state of alert, special traffic advisory issued to avoid the area. use 580 or the bay bridge this morning. also in the north latbay a major injury
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accident just north of serous. and north of the raceway as affecting the traffic in both directions. it is even backing up on 37 eastbound headed to 121 north. or other hot spot is the nimitz freeway and the southbound ride out of oakland, san leandro and san lorenzo and hayward. a motorcycle crash southbound we're still recovering from the back up that reaches into castro valley and is still of that thing westbound interstate 580. >> temperatures are slowly creeping up, we are officially in the '60s in antioch. downtown 7 cisco 53. still dealing with widespread cloud cover. expect high clouds and temperatures of ute degrees warmer than it yesterday. i will walk you through a warm
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weather forecast coming up in just a couple of minutes. >> topping our news this morning, fbi agents and police are searching for a 21 month old girl, daphne by yellow webb was kidnapped late yesterday morning near the gazzali's supermarket near 79th and international that triggered an amber alert. the girl's father john webb says he left the little girl in the car with an adult family member who is mentally disabled. when inside the store and when he came back and knee was gone. one witness describes the father's reaction. >> he can't look and the car, he was is that a looking in the car. it appeared he was a stunned by it happening. there was mom in a frenzy and she appeared to be a little stunned to. i ask what's up with your mom and he said she has dementia. he did appear to be a little scared. >> a woman was seen
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carrying daphne away from the supermarket yesterday. she is described as black or hispanic between 30 and 40 years old with long black hair wearing a light-colored top in blue jeans. daphne was last seen wearing orange tuttis pajamas with pink cards and pink socks. that search is focused on the area around the little park or the family would sometimes visit. >> we are continuing to follow the latest on the deadly crash of asiana flight 214. so far will we know, clean up crews have begun clearing debris from the runway. federal safety officials say the pilot initially told a flight attendant not to evacuate passengers. people did not begin evaluating the aircraft until 90 seconds later when the fire was seen on the right side of the aircraft. officials say the delay as the occurred as the pilot was communicating with the air tower at the airport. >> for the first time we're
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hearing so many 911 calls made after the crash. >> we just got in a plane crash and there are a bunch of people who need help and there is not enough medic out here. there is a woman out here on the street on the runway who is pretty much burned a very severely on the head. we don't know what to do. >> we have held coming that way and you said there people there but not enough people? >> no. she is very badly burned she will probably die soon as she doesn't get help. >> the 216 year-old chinese girls died and 182 other people were injured in the crash. the national transportation safety board is investigating the cause the crash and is not expected is shared report
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for months. >> as the ntsb continues the investigation in the crash, survivors were able to return to the scene just four days after the t.if this is video with our helicopter partnership with abc seven news. if you can see you charter buses arriving at the scene and survivors on the tarmac observing the wreckage. it is unclear what they were doing although it were accompanied by ntsb agents. >> will tran getting another interview with the chairwoman of the ntsb. >> she revealed a lot of new information regarding the flight and how it came in. one pilot was temporary blinded but before i get to that let me show you the scene. the wreckage is still here, it has been a very busy morning with crews coming and going. the ntsb has officially turned over the runway back to s f o. they will have to look at
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the runway to see if there are repairs that need to be made before releasing it to the general public. it's that all along since sunday that this runway had been set down and that we need this runway to have full operation at s f o. getting back to what happened on saturday morning, they interviewed all of the pilots and specifically the pilot in charge of landing the aircraft. he has never landed a triple seven at s f o b four. for what ever reason, he was temporarily blinded in have to look away at one point. here is the chairwoman talking about that aspect. >> he mentioned that to our investigators. they asking for more information, to explain what he saw. they ask if it was the lake clear and he said no. they asked if he does see after the flash of light and he said yes. he could see his instruments and everything. i think it was a temporary thing. we still don't understand what it is but we don't think it was anything
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that impaired his ability to fly the plane. >> see also said there is plenty of time to restorer, gained his vision so it was not very crucial at that particular point. also about 2,000 ft. out from the roadway they make contact with air traffic control. air traffic controllers did not respond to them. i was the you why that didn't not that was crucial. >> we'll check back with you and states in the kron4 for continuing coverage of the asiana flight 214 plane crash. >> keeping an eye on wall street this morning stocks abroad through record high this morning. ben bernanke said just as trade center bank is in no hurry to stop stimulating the economy. he went on to say the economy still needs help because unemployment rates are high and the inflation rate is not quite where they want to see it. the dow was up 136 points, the s&p up 16 and
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the nasdaq up 40. let's see if we can finish the day at a record closing high. we will be right back.
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welcome back to the kron4 morning news we continue to track a hot spot on 1 01 or a tree is down at 1 01 and spencer that fell down on a car. traffic is backed up to 10 run boulevard and the drive times
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this is a commute to avoid for the while. chp hopes to have lanes open shortly on 1 01 southbound but it is already so bad the back up it will take a while to clear. major delays and the north bay for highway 121. this is effectively shut down in both directions and just north of sears point with a major injury accident. >> we're following the latest on the floor of this morning. the judge in the george zimmerman trial says she will lead the jury consider it a charge of manslaughter. there also asked to consider a charge of third degree murder in addition to second-degree degree murder. we are still waiting for the decision on that. jurors could be deliberating as soon as tomorrow. george's army claims that he is shot
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trayvon martin in self- defense last year. meanwhile police and city leaders in florida state and they are making precautionary steps against any potential unrest in zimmerman is acquitted of second-degree murder. >> for the first time, lawyers for the colorado theater shooting suspect james holmes are acknowledging he killed 12 people and wounded dozens more at an aura movie theater last summer. the lawyers say homes in the middle of a psychotic episode at the time. the admission was made public on wednesday. his lawyers are trying to argue that holmes should not be restrained during his upcoming trial. holmes has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to more than 160 counts including murder, stemming from the july 20th theater shooting in aurora, colorado last year.
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that and as for the marin ride 1 01 southbound, lanes have been very open on the wall belgrade at spencer where the three right lanes were shut down for over 30 minutes. a downed tree struck a car and another vehicle struck all of that. for quite awhile we had 3 lane shot down and only one
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lane available on the wall belgrade. traffic is backed up beyond the to brown turned off. that is the on the run boulevard turn off. it is backed up toward california park hill there just north of the wall the grade. the southbound ride is definitely delayed. a check the drive time out and novato, over 79 minutes from 37 down to the golden gate bridge with those lanes obstructed. even though lanes are cleared, it will take a while for this backup to clear itself out. they have not yet clear the lanes on the north bay in 121 or both directions were shut down just north of the raceway. a major injury accident they're forcing the closure of the roadway. we are still recovering here in hayward from a motorcycle accident southbound at the welling. it jammed up the southbound ride coming out of oakland. it is still slow there but not quite as bad.
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the bridges are not so bad. the bay bridge back up this are a starting to clear out, 92 of the san mateo bridge is very heavy but no problems. the golden gate bridge will have no problems yet but you see there is a lot of traffic coming across now that the floodgates have been opened up on the wall the grade. you will see some dense traffic through here for a while and probably feel that on the presidio parkway and the southbound direction as well. because of the problems in iran you may want to think about using the richmond san revell bridge over the east shore freeway. it is light traffic for the lower east shore and hardly any back up on the bay bridge westbound. >> plenty of cloud cover, we certainly saw that at the golden gate bridge. a live look above all warriors seeing sunshine and blue skies. we are waiting for cloud cover to burn off and we are waiting for a satellite deal. a lot of cloud cover covering the
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story line. oakland and hayward look like clear conditions and the livermore valley. we gained a couple of degrees in the past hour. and yet 63, we only seen a very limited heating for san francisco and have monday. 55 san mateo, upper 50s fremont. into the afternoon, it will be just a touch cooler than yesterday. we will climb into the upper 80s and it will still be warm in antioch in pittsburg. mid '80s are the san ramon valley and '70s for the east bay shoreline. 71 and upper 60s slated for berkeley. plenty of eighties on the board here, almaden valley 87, upper 80s morgan hill and evergreen. downtown san francisco is a few degrees cooler than yesterday. san mateo and
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afternoon high of 70 degrees. in the north bay it will be warm and sunny and a gorgeous, pleasant day. napa at 80 degrees, upper '70's santa rosa. 7 day around the bay 7 day around the bay highlights at similar weather into tomorrow. tomorrow will be a caught icarbon copy of today's forecast. seasonal weather as we start the next work week continuing with that pattern of morning fog and afternoon sun. >> 828 and an oakland police are investigating a shooting that left a man in critical condition. the shooting happened around 630 last night at a subway restaurant on macarthur boulevard near 108th ave. the male victim was rushed to the hospital. right now, police have made no arrests. and canada the death toll continues to rise after a
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train full of crude oil the rail and crashed into a town setting off a huge fireball. authorities in quebec now say 20 people have died and another 30 are still missing. the head of the u.s. company which owns the drain is bleeding engineer for failing to set the brakes properly. the ceo of the parent company that operates the train plans to meet with residents and the town's mayor. >> austin at marathon bombing suspect dzhokhar tsarnaev came face-to-face with survivors and victims' families for the first time on wednesday. the 19 year- old appeared in court to hear the charges against them. >> under heavy guard and security and police divers searching a courtyard out the court yard, 19 year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev was arraigned wednesday. 30 big dams and family members
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stood shoulder to shoulder watching and listening. hoping for any sign of remorse. >> no remorse. it's like a slap us. >> speaking in a thick russian accent he pleaded not guilty to 30 charges against him including use of a weapon of mass destruction to kill people. >> dzhokhar tsarnaev to his sister's side as they saw him. his hand was in a cast and he was shackled and it appeared he ssuffered nerve damage to his face. he smiled at them repeatedly ignoring the judge and the seriousness of the situation very >> i want them to come to my house and see what my boys go through every day and see how we feel. >> that it lasted 10 minutes and signed hdzhokhar tsarnaev ws
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returned to prison. >> his mother called him an angel and said he was speaking the truth when he entered his not guilty plea. >> i knew from the first again that my son was not guilty. what he said to me was mama be patient my love i love you so much. every woman on my body is getting better. there are many good people sending me good books. i do read so i think mspend my time reading i am absolutely fine. do not worry my dear. >> dzhokhar tsarnaev is charged with killing three spectators and the bombings and also an mit police officer. his older brother tamerlan tsarnaev died following a gunbattle with police. the upcoming trial could last three months and he could face the death penalty. >> the ntsb is now starting to remove debris from the
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runway, we will have more updates on being asiana flight 214 crash coming up. look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids wouldn't have lasted one day in our shoes. [ male announcer ] add a wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month
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>> welcome back, we are tracking a number of hot spots. a tree down cause an accident that blocked three lanes on the wall the great for over a half an hour. lanes are clear and traffic is starting to move but the backup is backed into quarter madera on 1 01 in the southbound direction.
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that is a freeway to avoid if you can. take 580 to the east shore freeway and use the bay bridge. it will keep you moving and may save you some time. in the north bay, bay are clearing cars and the lanes on 121 a major injury accident shut down in both directions for a while. one way traffic control pass the scene. into san francisco, no less than four accidents on 1 01 northbound. different locations between candlestick point in downtown san francisco. traffic is jammed up all way past brisbane almost to sell city for the no. 1 01 right. >> a mudslide overtook about two dozen cars near colorado. you can see one card is floating down by the side of traffic. this is highway 24 and colorado that
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has been shut down. flash flooding caused by heavy rain has been blamed for rock and mud slides in the area. this is the same area that was recently devastated by wide spread wild fires. with no vegetation the mud and rain is a sliding through there. >> good news on the housing market, fewer u.s. homes went into foreclosure or is repossessed by banks last month. foreclosure listing firm reality track's said banks started the foreclosure process is on 57,000 homes in june. that's the lowest level for any month in more than seven years. foreclosures that went through also saw steep drops in june. forecloses remain a potential drag on housing in many states including florida, nevada, illinois, ohio and georgia. >> if you own a pickup truck or as he beat, you may want to keep a close eye on your
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vehicle. a new report shows speeds are setting their sights on a new, larger set of wheels. the highway loss data institute says between 2010 and 2012 bigger rides were the most popular targets for thieves. the four-wheel-drive ford f to 50 top the list, followed by savvies at silverado an avalanche. the cadillac escalate, the former front runner drop out of the top five to six plays. the institute says the as delayed or ranking might be due to its improved anti theft of technology.
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>>darya: welcome back we are live looking at a couple of hot spots. but also some improvement. >>george: some of these hot spots have cleared up but
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the traffic is so badly and backed up. all 101 southbound, the ride is still jammed all the way back to paradise drive even though the lanes have been open for several minutes now. they blocked three and left only one lane and that's why it's a solid backup. a drive times are an hour-and-a-half of nevada. i would avoid this freeway for at least another hour before i get on 11 southbound and tried to head toward the golden gate bridge. the north bay still jammed up. 121 and 37 in both directions 31211 shutdown with a major injury accident north of sears point. and we are jammed into san francisco from salt san francisco there is a series of accidents installed on one 01 northbound that is really tying up the ride. here's erica with the weather. >>erica: good morning to you george realistic look at the
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next couple of days. it will be cooler today with a warming trend starting tomorrow. temperatures still pretty warm and upper 80s and land, 70's around the bay and low 60's up along the coast. full details on your weekend forecast coming up at 845. >>mark: in the east bay, oakland police are investigating a reported child kidnapping this morning. 21 month old
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daphne by a local web was kidnapped late yesterday morning near the gazalli's supermarket and 79 to an international. the girls' father, john weber, says he left her in a car with an adult family member who is mentally disabled. webb went inside the story when he came back daphne was gone. >>james: we are continuing to follow the latest on the deadly crash of asiana flight 214, here is what we know is we can't get you up to speed. cleanup crews and san francisco international airport have begun clearing debris from the one-runway. federal safety officials said the pilot initially
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told a flight attendant not to evacuate passengers. people did not begin evacuating the aircraft until 90 seconds later when a fire broke out on the right side of the aircraft. officials said the delay occurred as the pilot was communicating with the control tower. memo we are trying to keep her alive. >>mark: a >> >>anny: kron4's will tran has a following the investigation since the beginning. he spoke once again with the chairwoman of the ntsb this morning, will join us live and arlen game with the latest, will? >>will: but now sfo administrators will look at the wrong way to see how much repairs need to be done and how soon it could be returned to the flying public. that's too a l 3 obviously very important for the planes coming and going.
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if they really need that they're trying as fast as they possibly can. much had been made from our discussion this morning. she talked about how when the pilot in charge of lending the aircraft was coming in about 34 seconds out, he was temporarily blinded but he regained his vision but it was crucial at that point to see any way. he still should have landed safely in a perfect world. also, while they were still out headed to the airport, they tried to contact air-traffic controllers. initially, there was no response but when they got a little bit closer that's when they heard back from traffic control. here's deborah hurst talked about that issue. >> air traffic control are very busy but there were clear for the subtle approach on runway to a they did get that through their about one-and-a-half miles out. it may have been a little on the late side of but it was certainly within
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the range of what is the acceptable. >>will: also i got a chance to ask her once it crashed, it took 90 seconds for the evacuation process to begin of all the passengers. i asked her why it took so long to whether or not those crucial 90 seconds played a role in the extent of the injuries. i will have what she has to say coming up at 8:00. back to you and me. >>anny: stay with kron4 as we continue our coverage of the asiana plane crash. you can get the latest on kron4.com and 24-7 news channel comcast 193. . an >> bay bridge officials are now giving more details about why they decided to delay the opening of the new span. at its current state, the new bay bridge is safer than the one that cars are driving on but because of
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the broken bones, the toll bridge oversight committee says bay are not comfortable with opening it to the public until this year keys are retrofitted. the main challenges manufacturing the broken boats. the still won't get here until late september to mid october. the retrofitting will cost upwards of 15 to $20 million, plus additional costs for replacing or mediating other boats. but they tell us it is well within the budget. >>jacqueline: the time now is 837 >>anny: the time now is 8373 we will take a short break and return with more headlines. [ female announcer ] this is a special message from at&t.
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or try it on the subway club. it's avocado season at subway. subway. eat fresh®. >>anny: welcome back. timeout is 840. new this morning. a woman who has been identified as a saudi royal princess faces human trafficking charges for allegedly forcing a kenyan woman to work as her servant against her will. here is a mug shot a 42 year old m eshael alayban. authorities arrested her at her irvine home. the l.a. times reports she is one of the wives of a saudi prince. a kenyan woman told police she forced her to work 16 hours a day for
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only $200 a month. the woman also said she was unable to leave because the princess kept her passport and documents. >>mark: a 16 year-old is accused of killing his younger brother and southern california. terry smith, an 11 year-old autistic boy was last seen saturday evening. police say his body was found in a shallow grave on the family property yesterday. they say the death was the result of a domestic issue. a family member said terry was being babysat by his older brother when he disappeared. a >>anny: firefighters are starting to fill some relief after cooler weather has helped slow a wild fire in southern california. the 11 square mile fire destroyed at least 100 buildings 60 mi. east of san diego. fire officials said they're hoping the thunderstorms to the forecast will help with the hot spots. and in northern california, the fire and the eldorado national forest is now 80%
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contained. that fire spread almost a square mile. -- eldorado.
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>>anny: welcome back. the time now is hawks a 45. we
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will get your four guests in just a minute but let's go over to the traffic center with george. >>george: the loss also won here on the ramp where a tree came down striking a car. another car struck all of that in three lines were shut down. firefighters believe it or not, manage to get out of there with chain saws, cut up the tree. the roadway was cleared a while back but look at the back up at its worst when this incident was still active. now it is backed up in two san rafael on what one southbound. an hour in 20 minutes pushing out of the bottle. i would cut across 580 to richmond san rafael bridge i'd go to the eastern freeway and come across the bay bridge where there is no backup. 121, the north bay still jammed with a major
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injury accident north of sears point. one of the backups have to be retrieved seth major delays and to san francisco 0101 this morning to 80 as a much better ride it using the 280 extension to get into downtown. a series of accidents and stalled on a one north backed up into san francisco. that's another drought--rough drive this morning. the bay bridge has been a pretty easy commute but that has changed in the last 15 minutes. we're starting to see another back up in the westbound direction we're just moments ago it was hardly any backup at all. a 80 still your best approach to the bay bridge. your san mateo bridge moderate to heavy traffic. but the drive times. and the
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golden gate bridge still . >>erica: was head over to the birthday girl. here is erica print >>erica: a lot of cloud cover over there. those calls are very stubborn this morning. white indicates where we are seeing a cloud cover and that is limiting heating and concord. those of you and santa rosa over to san francisco. take a look at this. clear conditions across redwood city interpol out toper it the mid to low peninsula actually seen some sun shine. futurecast for tracking the temperatures for you. by lunchtime, 12:00 we will already be in the '60s inside the bay, 70's for those of you out toward
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castro valley. but on years graeme by 3:00 p.m. today, you notice read out of the bay area so don't count on in the '90s parade by later on tonight we will see an increasing cloud cover and looks like the majority of us dealing with temperatures in the '60s. let's focus on those afternoon highs. the south bay, san jose it with a one degrees recorded could see some upper 80s for pittsburgh antioch. 88 and livermore year high. well 70's for san leandro and castro valley and mid-60's expected and richmond. downtown san francisco of few degrees cooler than yesterday. berkeley with an afternoon high of 69 degrees.
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>>mark: as we continue to track the latest in the deadly adriana--asiana flight crash we are learning more about what happened inside of the airplane in the moments after the crash. this is a live look at the crash site. kron4's charles clifford has a virtual look at the scene. >>charles: flight 214 crashed at 11:26 a.m. on
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july 6th. after striking the sea wall, the plane broke apart and skidded down runway to eight--2-8 left. the fuselage came to rest here just to the south of the runway. the ntsb has not completed interviews with the flight crew and we have a clearer picture of what happens next. the boeing 777 has eight doors. there are doors for on each side of the plane. according to the ntsb, during the crash emergency slides at door one right and to write deployed inside the plane. that's not supposed to happen. the slides should deploy outside the plan and only if the door is open. there was a single flight attendants sitting near door one right and another near to right. both were injured when those lights inflated-test slides
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inflated. at the rear of the plane, there were four flight attendees-attendance seated for left and for right. the ntsb says that three of these attendants were ejected from the rear of the plane during the crash three survived. back at the front of the plan, two flight attendants sitting near door one left ask the cockpit crew for instructions. according to the ntsb, the pilots initially told the attendant to have the passengers stay in their seats. the flight attendants made an announcement for everyone to stay put, but about 96 insulator--90 seconds later attended seated near door to left saw flames outside the window near door to right. that's where the plane's right engine, which have broken free from the wing, was not leaking oil and burning. the attendant told the pilots about the plan said the decision was made to evacuate the aircraft. and finally, the ntsb says debbie of the play shows that 90 seconds after the crash doors one right and to
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write opened, the slides deployed in passengers began evacuating. in the news room, charles clifford, kron 4 news. >>anny: closing arguments continue today and the dramatic richmond gained a rape trial. this is video from the scene in 2009 were a 60 year-old girl was brutally raped outside of richmond high school homecoming dance. a prosecutor told jurors in a martinez court room for that physical evidence and witness statements of paint a clearer picture of gilts. two defendants, marcellus peter and jose montalvo are charged with rape, rape with a foreign object and forced look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here.
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alabama welcome back to the kron4 morning news. a rain delay for sports and pittsburgh. a three hour delay but they wanted to get that game and. it started at 10:00 last night in pittsburgh. the pittsburgh
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pirates beat the oakland athletics 5 = 0 after on the first two games. that's the first time the pirates have ever beat the a's. pittsburgh came and 0 = 11 against the a's sent in early play began in 1997 but broke loose against tommy malone. a big series stars tomorrow with the boston red sox coming to the oakland. it seems like giants keep redefine the rock bottom. former giants prospect zak wheeler pitched seven sharp innings in the new york mets completed their first week in sampras's coach since 1994 with a 78 was to win. the giants have lost 16 of 19. willard, a former giant first round draft pick, took a shot out that-at out into
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the seventh. he allowed one run and three hits overall, striking out five and walking three. matt cain last less than an inning for the first time in his career, giving up three runs on two hits while getting just two out. he walked three. >>anny: 711 is marking its 86th birthday with its annual friesland the day today. it is the perfect day to celebrate its july 11th, or 711. participating seven eleven stores in the u.s. and canada will give away to a consular piece from 11 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.. 7-eleven says it's the world for its convenience store. it was born in the summer of 1927 in suburban dallas. it now operates more than 50,000 stores in 16 countries. >>mark: we have an update on the opening on the new bay bridge. you could see
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the back up your live this morning. and stocks are soaring. we will bury back.
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top stories that we're following on this thursday, july 11th. an amber alert remains in effect nearly 24 hours after fast a toddler was reportedly taken from an s- u-v in oakland. we'll tell you how the f-b-i has joined in on this search. 9-1-1 tapes have been released by the c-h-p. callers range from people
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who witness the crashed-- to those who were * on the plane. we'll listen to the tapes, coming up. topping our news. f-b-i agents and oakland police officers search dogs continue to look for a 21- month-old girl. daphne viola webb was kidnapped reportedly late yesterday morning near the gazzali's supermarket at 79th and international. this triggered an amber alert. the girls father, john webb, says he left her in the car with an adult family member who is mentally disabled. webb went inside the store and when he came back daphne was gone. one witness describes the father's reaction. ." a little scared" a woman was seen carrying daphne away from the supermarket. she is described as black or hispanic between 30 and 40 years old with long black hair, wearing a light colored top and blue jeans. daphne was last seen wearing orange two-piece pajamas socks. the search is focused on the area around doolittle park where the family would sometimes visit. >>james: we're continuing to follow the latest on the deadly asiana flight 214, here is what we know. clean-up crews at san francisco international
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airport have begun clearing debris from the runway. federal safety officials say the pilot initally told a flight attendant not to evacuate passengers. people did not begin evacuating the aircraft until 90 seconds later when a fire broke out on the right side of the aircraft. officials say the delay occurred as the pilot made connection with the control tower at the airport. em >> >>mark: and now -- for the first time, we are hearing some of the many 9-1-1 calls made in the moments after the asiana flight crashed. not only from people who saw the crash, but also from people who had just gotten off the plane. federal safety officials say, the pilot initially told a flight attendant. not to evacuate passengers from the asiana airlines flight that crash landed at s-f-o. the national transportation safety board said, people did not begin evacuating the aircraft until 90 seconds later, when a fire erupted. officials say, the delay checked with the tower at the airport. two 16-year-old chinese
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girls died and 182 other people were injured in the crash. the national transportation safety board is investigating the cause of the crash and does not expect to issue a report for months. >>anny:as the n-t-s-b continues the investigation in the crash.survivors were able to return to the scene just four days after terrifying accident. this is video with our helicopter partnership with a-b-c 7 news. in it you can see charter buses arriving at the scene and the survivors out on the tarmac observing the wreckage. it is unclear what they were doing although they were accompanied by n-t-s-b agents. the investigation continues with deadly plane crash that weekend. kron 4's will tran spoke with the ntsb not too long ago. he joins us live now from burlingame with the latest. >>will: they have turned over the runway to sfo. they will look to see how many repairs need to be done and it will be up to them when the runway will be read up- jeffrey open up to the general flying public.
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obviously they need that because out of the planes that come and go needy's runways. they're not giving a timetable on when that will be available to the airlines. i can tell you that--one of the pilots who was in charge of landing, he says he was temporarily blinded about 34 seconds out. according to deborah hers the chairwoman of ntsb says they he regained his vision and there was plenty of time for him to correct what happened and he should have made a perfect landing in a perfect world of course that did not happen. once the plane crashed onto the runway, there was a 92nd the late to evacuate the passengers. here's a person talking about why there was a delay the weather not that contributed to the injuries. >> after the crash, there were different perspectives and people have different
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information. the pilots deny issue an immediate evacuation. however, flight attendants and other locations recognize there was a fire and they immediately got word of to the front and the evacuation began. >>will: did the 92nd elected to be to any injuries? >> at this point we have many passengers who did get off the plane and we also know that there were injuries, many of those injuries were the result of the initial crash. >>will: also two of the eighth shoots actually deploy it inside the plane instead of outside. i will have her explain why that happened the weather not that what happened in the future because they're still working with the manufacturers and airlines to see what goes wrong. the investigation continues i will have an update to some.
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>>mark: >>mark: stay with kron 4 as we continue our coverage of the asiana plane crash. you can get the latest on kron 4 dot com and our 24-7 news channel on comcast channel 193. we are watching what straight free this morning.
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>>anny: good morning. the timeout is 912. for the first time. lawyers for the colorado theater shooting suspect, james holmes, are acknowledging he killed 12 people and wounded dozens more. at an aurora movie theater last summer. the lawyers say, holmes was in the middle of a psychotic episode at the time. the admission was made public on wednesday. his lawyers were trying to argue. holmes should not be restrained during his
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upcoming trial. holmes has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity. to more than 160 counts, including murder, stemming from the july 20-th theater shooting in aurora last year. we will be right back.
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>>mark: watching today's winner still losers with our financial experts rob black. >>rob black: we hit the market highs today because
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ben bernanke will say seven and half unemployment rate is probably worse that looks because there were a lot of underemployed people. the minutes came out and the minutes from the meeting showed that about half of the governor's don't like the asset purchases that we're doing any more he is going to taper. and it will cause the market to pull back a little bit. if you look at what's happening today in brazil and europe and their economies and increase he is a great guy. ben bernanke as i would like to have a beer with because he has a great job. that's why we head record highs today.
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>>mark: i have the iphone 3 what's going on with verizon? >>rob: turns out that at&t stepped up to big. a promise to buy 43 billion but there on the hook for about $23 billion left through the end of next year. verizon says he wants $43 billion a fault, they will get it. other carriers will one out of the deal and to break their commitment. this brings up a huge dilemma. i think it's a story that says be careful on at&t verizon because they've been an awful lot more than they can chew.
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>> is not a good time to buy gold?--now. >>rob: i don't think gold is going to go out but after nine months of going down and the fed saying we're going to break well for another year or so, it might be a good time. >>rob: if you have a question you posted on our facebook fan page to answer right here on kron4.com. >>anny: was go to donna with our weather. good morning. giono john new > >janu: we're starting to see rates of sunshine proportions of nevada and we
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are expecting only son disguise which you can see on future past four. looks like a cloud cover will cling to the coastline for the bay. temperatures will slowly warm. we're starting to see us, 60 degrees. futurecast for sap to noon. you will see 60s along the bay shore. as we head into the afternoon, we are expecting a son that justice is for the coast. breaking down afternoon highs, we will start in the south bay
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where we are expecting. 76 degrees expected for union city. downtown san francisco coming in at 64 degrees below 60 for the coastal areas. finishing and often the north bay, we're looking at upper 70's for santa rosa, low eighties for petaluma and about 80 degrees expected for napa this afternoon. as we turn our attention to the 7 day around the bay looks like we are expecting very similar conditions >>george: a rough ride from
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marin county. a major into that here where a tree fell down. there has been cleared by all of the traffic they got back up into iran is now trying to get into this city of away at one. from five 18th to the toll plaza. it is backed up the at least amid this man on the golden gate bridge big delay still coming in for marin county. if you could, you should delay your departure until after this clears and hasn't yet. the ride northbound 101 is improving but still behind schedule. and the right here.
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>>anny: welcome back. good news. fewer u-s homes went into foreclosure or were repossessed by banks last month. foreclosure listing firm realtytrac says banks started the foreclosure process on 57-thousand homes in june. that's the lowest level for any month in more than seven years. foreclosures that went through also saw steep drops in june. however, foreclosures remain a potential drag on housing in many states, including florida, nevada, illinois, ohio and georgia.
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if you own a pickup truck or s-u-v, you may want to keep a closer eye on your vehicle. onto some other news. in the east bay. oakland with the search. we're continuing to follow the latest on the deadly asiana flight 214, here is what we know. clean-up crews at san francisco international airport have begun clearing debris from the runway. federal safety officials say the pilot initally told a evacuate passengers. people did not begin until 90 seconds later when a fire broke out on the right side of the aircraft. officials say the delay occurred as the pilot made connection with the control
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tower at the airport. authorities have released 9- 1-1 calls reporting the deadly plane crash at san francisco international airport on saturday. here's a call from someone on the tarmac following the crash. kron four's will tran has been following the investigation since the beginning. he spoke once again with the chairwoman of the n-t-s- b this morning, will joins us live in burlingame with the latest, will? stay with kron 4 as we continue our coverage of the asiana plane crash. you can get the latest on kron 4 dot com and our 24-7 news channel on comcast channel 193. bay bridge officials are now giving more details about why they decided to delay the opening of the span. at its current state, the new bay bridge is safer than the one that cars are
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yet welcome back continue to comb through the wreckage of asiana airlines flight 214. two people died and hundreds more were injured. there is growing speculation about whether the korean culture might have had an hop effect on what happened in the cockpit in the crucial last seconds before the tragedy. cnn's jake tapper reports. >> we've got three people in the cockpit. we have a crew that needs to work together and we want to make sure that we understand what is going on. >> investigators are not just focusing on tools and mechanics and training hours a skill but also on differences between the u.s. and south korea. >> we are going to be looking at their training and not just their training in korea but also their training in united states
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and seen how those things compare. and that all events leading to this pressure on clear, author of a researcher malcolm brad will make interesting points in his best seller out fliers. he dedicated an entire chapter on a comparison of south korea's culture in the world of others. >> you found that by and large, karan's were very bart at being pilots-- korean's. >> something comes up, a situation emerges that requires those two pilots to be open and honest when they failed to do that. one person withhold information or does a share. whenever. >> the question becomes what is the role of culture in a plane crashes. it is easier-is it easier and some cultures. in one study in
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the field of cultural psychology, south korea ranked second in the world for respect for authority or what is called power distance. >> and 99 percent of cases, and the cockpit that's a problem. whenever you see overlay the list of cultures with their respect for power distance it's basically the same who.
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>>anny: let's get a check with your forecast with a john doe. but giono we are seeing more sunshine but still somewhat cloud cover out there and you can see that on satellite. brakes of sunshine. we are expecting another sunny day. taking a look at faulk tracker the vacancy we will put the clock into motion. you can see plenty of clearing but it looks like the clouds are just going to winter along the immediate coast line today.
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we're starting to see. 50 degrees and santa rosa. 92 degrees year high for brentwood. about mid-80s for concord. east bayshore is pretty comfortable there. a 71 degrees for oakland. for the coastal areas, we will see the fog purses. ocean beach only getting to about 61 degrees. but the '60s for downtown san francisco will
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finish off and the north that so santa rosa bidding up to about 78 degrees this after no. in 7 day around the bay is showing similar conditions tomorrow. a slight warm-up as we head into the weekend >>george: thefts traffic is flowing here but still a little heavy. you're right to the bay bridge and the west about commute to
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breaking up nicely. me during lights are still on only a short wait. cayard trip to the san mateo bridge, highway 92 looks good. now the latest year east are westbound. the hot spots a week have all 101 into san francisco boat cleared of. >>mark: fit another rain delay for the a's playing interleague at pnc park in pittsburgh. a 3 hour delay. the game didn't start until 10pm in pittsburgh. the pittsburgh pirates beat the oakland athletics 5-0 after oakland won the first two games. that's the first time the pirates have ever beat the a's pittsburgh came in 0-11 against the a's since interleague play began in 1997 but broke loose against tommy milone. . a big series starts tomorrow with the boston red
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sox coming to the o.co it seems like giants keep re-defining rock bottom. former giants prospect zack wheeler pitched seven sharp mets completed their first sweep in san francisco since 1994 with a 7-2 win. the giants have lost 16 of 19. wheeler, a former giants' first-round draft pick, took a shutout into the seventh. he allowed one run and three hits overall, striking out five and walking three. matt cain lasted less than an inning for the first time in his career, giving up three runs on two hits while getting just two outs. he walked three. >>anny: the time now is 953.
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still little foggy at the golden gate bridge the we are expecting more sunshine agreed we will be right back.
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>>anny:seven-eleven is marking its 86th birthday with its annual free slurpee day today. it's the perfect day to celebrate: it's july 11th, or seven-eleven. participating seven-eleven stores in the u-s and canada will give away 12- ounce slurpees from 11 a-m to 7 p-m. 7-eleven says it's the world's first convenience store. it was born in the summer of 19-27 in suburban dallas. it now operates more than 50-thousand stores in 16 countries. thanks for joining us everyone. have a great day.
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dr. phil coming up next.
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